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    • Passenger train service breaks ground in Redlands (ABC7)
    • Santa Barbara adds pedestrian safety improvements (Edhat)
    • Electric bike-share returns to San Francisco, after a dispute (Tech Crunch)
    • Rancho Mirage to study better bike lanes, er, golf cart lanes (Desert Sun)
    • Richmond-San Rafael bridge bike path won't be completed until it can connect at both ends (Marin Independent Journal)
    • Lawsuit: LAPD ticketed speeding drivers illegally because speed limits "had expired" (LA Times)
    • California to replace old school buses with all-electric buses (The 4th Revolution)
    • "Digital twin" technology for managing traffic is spooky (CityLab)
    • Heat is much worse when it doesn't cool down at night (Vox)
    • The vanlord who rents out broken-down vehicles to people without housing (The RealDeal)
    • Major U.S. cities are leaking methane at twice the rate previously believed (Science Magazine)

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